This testimonial shows why Diane and her husband, long-time clients, trusts U.S. Money Reserve and looks to back his finances with gold coins and gold bars.
Diane's Testimonial – Video Transcription
Well, we worked hard, my husband's worked very hard all of his life and we're really looking forward to our retirement and doing things together and I still am in love after all these years with the same man and I would like to spend some time with him before we leave this world. I want to have enough money that I know that we're not going to have to struggle, and in 2008, the whole thing collapsed. We had quite a nice portfolio going at that time and we took a tremendous hit, and they apologized. They didn't know what happened. We weren't diversified. We ended up having to reinvest. We ended up having to start all over again. When I first had gotten the brochure in the mail, U.S. Money Reserve and I had looked it over and read it. That was when I decided that that was logical, all of the information on the pamphlet or the brochure I felt was very well done and I called. I just felt like right now we need to prepare and I want something in my hands. I don't want to depend on somebody else, you know, it's fine to have an accountant. It's fine to have investments. Physical gold is something that you have control over. It's in your hands. Gold is something that you can use for survival, whereas the other you have absolutely no control. Now, I feel a lot more comfortable with the fact that we have found physical gold and that we'd have more diversified our portfolio that if things do fall apart, which I don't see how they can not fall apart, that we're going to be able to manage. I feel a lot more comfortable today than we were in 2008 because I feel like this is the direction that I really need to go in to hold onto some of our wealth. I feel very strongly now that gold is going to go up because I look at what they've done, cheapen the dollar by printing more and more money, it's like monopoly money. With the gold that I have now there are chances of being able to spend time and be comfortable and enjoy the things that we truly like to do together are still possibly intact, even though everything else is looking pretty, pretty scary for the future, but I feel like now we're really a lot more diversified and better off today.